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Sanders wins Kodiak
Sen. Bernie Sanders swept Kodiak, District 32 and the state in a resounding victory over rival former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the Alaska Democratic caucus Saturday. At Fisherman’s Hall in Kodiak, a line stretched nearly to the sidewalk as residents waited to check in or submit voter...
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Prediction: 2016 salmon take way down
Alaska’s 2016 salmon harvest will be down by 40 percent from last year’s catch, if the fish show up as predicted. The preliminary numbers released by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game call for a total catch of 161 million salmon this year. The 2015 harvest topped 268 million fish. The shortf...
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GARDEN GATE: Planting research in the days before Google
In my early attempts at gardening in Kodiak, I planted garlic bulbs upside down, allowed lettuce plants to mature into towers of bitterness, and declined to sow a packet of calendula seeds because they resembled desiccated maggots. I was happy to discover that the public library was stocked with ...
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Coaches needed to make sports fair for girls
To the editor: Do you want to make a difference in our community? Do you like the game of softball and working with kids? There is a definite need for softball coaches for girls ages 7 and 8 in our community. I recently found out that girls who do not fall in the Kodiak Little League’s age divisi...
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Head lice reported at East Elementary
Head lice has reportedly spread amongst students at East Elementary School in recent weeks. The tiny bugs can cause itchiness, they spread easily through physical contact, and it takes quite a bit of work to get rid of them. “They don’t jump,” said Charissa Gregory, a registered nurse at Kodiak C...
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HOOPS: Juneau, Wasilla finish on top
Juneau’s boys and Wasilla’s girls cut down the nets inside the Alaska Airlines Center after claiming state 4A basketball titles Saturday in Anchorage. Juneau won its first title since 1998 — that team was highlighted by Carloz Boozer — with a low-scoring 38-31 victory over Dimond in the boys cham...
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TRACK: Blue/gold results
Blue/gold results Boys 100 meters — 1. Billy Alcaide, 11.5 seconds; 2. Jay Miranda, 11.7; 3. Rubin Romero, 12.1; 4. Joel Francisco, 12.3; 5. Brian Mangrobang, 12.4; 6. Art Alejandro, 12.5; 7. Jerome Morzo, 12.6; 7. Bernardo Fernandez, 12.7; 9. Isaiah Galindez, 12.8; 9. Seth Burnett, 12.8; 11. Elc...
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Application filed for local pot growing
Kodiak’s first application for a commercial marijuana business is currently being advertised to give public notice. The application is for a cultivation, or marijuana growing, operation. Janiese Stevens applied for the license under the business name Three Sisters Co-op, for a business at 2180 Mi...
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